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Welcome to the Invest In Your Health website!

Being an active partner in your health maximizes your chances of living a long, healthy and productive life. The state's Invest In Your Health program has several options to inform you about the health care system and spend your time and dollars more wisely.

What's new for 2019


ActiveHealth Management launched on 1/1/19 for employees, spouses and adult dependents enrolled in a medical plan sponsored by the State Personnel Department. ActiveHealth offers personalized telephonic and in-person health coaching, an online health risk assessment, biometric screenings and online digital tools to improve your health. Participants can earn incentives such as e-gift cards and premium discounts by engaging in the program.   Read more >
The OurHealth portal will launch on 2/1/19 for all state employees and all health plan participants. The OurHealth portal will be your gateway to the Wellness Challenge program, ActiveHealth’s website, and the Government Center Clinic by OurHealth.   Get started today! >
The Wellness Challenge Program will launch through the OurHealth portal on 2/1/19. Wellness challenges are available to all active full and part-time employees regardless of their enrollment in a health plan. The Wellness Challenges offers opportunities each month to earn entries into a drawing for prizes. 100 prizes will be given away each month and at the end of the year, there will be 10 grand prizes. This is a great place to interact with your co-workers and family. Invite them to a challenge or just challenge yourself. *The Wellness Challenges and OurHealth portal is not available to Indiana State Police employees, Conservation Officers or Excise Officers.   Get started today! >
The Government Center Clinic by OurHealth will open on the Government Center campus in Indianapolis on 2/1/19. The Clinic will offer primary and immediate care services. The onsite clinic offers convenient health appointments. All members of a health plan sponsored by the State Personnel Department age 3 and older can visit the clinic. Read more >
Enhanced EAP benefits launched 1/1/19. EAP is available to all full and part-time State employees and their household. Each person can access eight free face-to-face counseling sessions with a licensed therapist per issue, per year. Just call Anthem EAP at 1-800-223-7723 to talk to an Anthem representative about scheduling an appointment. Also be sure to check out the new myStrength program. Find out more about myStrength on Anthem’s EAP website, www.anthemeap.com.
The State Personnel Department Wellness Coordinator works with local Wellness Champions to identify healthy activities and events in your community.  Read more >
State Personnel will continue to offer the annual Run the State 5K and Hike series. It’s a great time to interact with fellow State employees and complete a 5k run, walk or a hike through one of our scenic State Parks. Stay tuned for more details >

Invest In Your Health Blog

ActiveYou: Heart-healthy tips from ActiveHealth Management

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February is heart month! Do you want to keep your heart healthy but don’t know how to start? Keep it easy with these guidelines from ActiveHealth! A stronger, healthier heart is on the way! Choose a healthy lifestyle Put your health first. Eat well, exercise often and drink lots of water. Every small change adds up. … Read More »

Fresh perspective: Cafeteria suggestion box calls for customer comments

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Tonita Cary values many things, but teamwork and togetherness will always be near the top of the list. Spending 13 years in the United States Army certainly has a way of driving home the importance of working together to accomplish a goal, and that mentality was anything but lost on the former staff sergeant when … Read More »

Staying on track: HR director excited about healthier future

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Jon DeArmond never liked needles. After a biometric screening last year showed that his health status fit the criteria to be diagnosed as pre-diabetic, the Indiana State Personnel Department HR director took steps to ensure he’d never have to use one. Not one to rest on his laurels, DeArmond took action right away. He dropped … Read More »

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